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What would make the front end of your 97 expedition rattle when you drive it the sound seems to be coming from the front wheels?

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2005-10-07 00:38:07
2005-10-07 00:38:07

If you have 4 wheel drive, take off the center hub cap and look to see if there is a metal cap over the center wheel spindle. Mine was loose and would jingle every time I hit a bump. I just tried to crimp it a little tighter with a pair of pliers. Noise is gone...

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